The standard of production at GAA never fail to blow me away. They are always topical, unique and fresh, and a huge variety from musicals, serious drama, shakespeare, pantomime, improvised and scripted.
Kate Dickie, GAA Patron
This year our annual pantomime is Aladdin. In previous years GAA's panto has been a massive hit with audiences, with nights selling out as early as October! Panto is our biggest production, spanning out across six performances. Aladdin will run from the 19th December to 24th December. With our biggest cast yet of 44 students, it is bound to sell out quickly so grab your tickets while you can! Tickets are £10 and can be purchased from the office. So get your "Boo's" and your "He's behind you" and we'll see you then!
Junior Musical Theatre Christmas Cabaret. Last year our junior musical theatre class performed a Christmas Cabaret. Showcasing their brilliant talent, performing chart hits, songs from musicals and of course Christmas classics. They might be small in size but large in voice! Friends and family were impressed by our youngest students talents and skills.
Our annual Halloween party this year was a brilliant night. The costumes get better each year. Congratulations to Samantha Baird and Evan Smith for winning best costume. Thanks to all parents who donated prizes to our raffle.
GAAs Got Talent
GAA's Got Talent was brand new this year and we couldn't be happier with its success. Judges Dave Allan from "Burnistoun", Garry Sweeney from "River City" and GAA's own Caitlin Gillespie had a tough decision but the winner of £100 cash went to Evan Smith for his brilliant ventriloquist act. A massive well done to all contestants, you gave us a brilliant night of entertainment. We look forward to see what next year's talent show will bring.